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    Duke Divinity On-Campus Visit

    Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 8:30 AM until 1:30 PMEastern Standard Time


    We are offering on-campus visits in fall 2021. Duke University has strict COVID-19 protocols, expects that all visitors are vaccinated, and requires visitors on campus to be masked at all times regardless of vaccination status. Please come prepared to follow all Duke University guidelines: https://returnto.duke.edu/campus-visitors/

    Additionally, due to an effort to keep groups small at this time, we request that our visitors to campus be limited to prospective students only.

    Please fill out the form below to get signed up.

    We look forward to seeing you soon.

    Duke Divinity Admissions Team
    If you are interested in meeting with a representatives from one of our houses of study or initiatives, check a box below and we will try and connect you.
    If you are interested in meeting with a representatives from one of our houses of study or initiatives, check a box below and we will try and connect you.
    I will be bringing a guest with me*
    I will be bringing a guest with me*
    Duke University has strict COVID-19 protocols, expects that all visitors are vaccinated, and requires visitors on campus to be masked at all times regardless of vaccination status. Please read the following Duke University guidelines: https://returnto.duke.edu/campus-visitors/
    • If you are feeling or showing symptoms of COVID-19 or if you believe you might have come into contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, please stay home. We will help you reschedule to another date.
    • We would prefer that you wear a high quality mask such as a KN95 or N95 on campus while visiting. School of Medicine Dean Mary Klotman recently said that it is “reasonable to recommend more effective masking, like tighter-fitting masks such as N95s and K95s” that “offer a higher degree of protection than cloth masks” in the face of the Omicron variant. We have a limited number that we can share with visitors if you do not have such a mask.
    Duke University has strict COVID-19 protocols, expects that all visitors are vaccinated, and requires visitors on campus to be masked at all times regardless of vaccination status. Please read the following Duke University guidelines: https://returnto.duke.edu/campus-visitors/
    • If you are feeling or showing symptoms of COVID-19 or if you believe you might have come into contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, please stay home. We will help you reschedule to another date.
    • We would prefer that you wear a high quality mask such as a KN95 or N95 on campus while visiting. School of Medicine Dean Mary Klotman recently said that it is “reasonable to recommend more effective masking, like tighter-fitting masks such as N95s and K95s” that “offer a higher degree of protection than cloth masks” in the face of the Omicron variant. We have a limited number that we can share with visitors if you do not have such a mask.
    Questions marked with an asterisk (*) require responses.